App Development Pattern Language (Book)
I listened to a talk the other day, lamenting how Design Patterns never evolved past a few mid-level patterns. The original A Pattern Language by Christopher Alexander is much more ... hypertextual. And granular. (It's a great book, by the way.)
That was when I found that I know a lot of stuff about app development that could be broken down into conceptual and implementation patterns.
So I did the most reasonable thing: create a new note and jot down a couple of ideas before they vanish:
# 201804140920 App Architecture and Basic Patterns for Swift Development ##outline #swift #software-architektur ##wip - [] Programming pattern languages need to broaden the scope to be useful - not just implementation patterns, but conceptual patterns and building blocks like in Evans's DDD Patterns: - cohesive module - application, model, ui layer - separation: cut a feature across all layers - example: State module; ThemeUpdater/SavedSearchesEditor in The Archive; FolderMonitoring in WordCounter; Export in TableFlip - bounded context: can have the same type names as other modules but with a different meaning
I'll revisit this note later and add links to existing Zettel notes pertaining the topic. Even if it takes a million years, I can now expand this. I'll keep you posted.
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